There's an exciting astronomical event coming to the United States next year – a total solar eclipse!
For three minutes, the world will be transformed: day will become night and the Sun will be replaced by a slender ring of fire. April 8, 2024 will be the last total solar eclipse visible from the Continental U.S. until 2044, so this is a must-see event for everyone. But the total eclipse won’t be visible from Nashville.
To bring this breathtaking event to Nashville residents, Adventure Science Center has partnered with the Evansville Museum to host a special event in the path of totality. The only way to attend this event is to join the Total Solar Eclipse Bus Tour.
COST: Members - $160 | Nonmembers - $180
Due to bus regulations, children of any age must pay full price.
Join astronomer and Director of the Sudekum Planetarium, Dr. Morgan Rehnberg, for this day-long, all-inclusive trip. There’s no easier or more unique way to experience this day of wonder.
The Total Solar Eclipse Bus Tour includes:
Transportation to and from the event on a motor coach with included restroom.
Unlimited access to the Evansville Museum, including exhibits on science, history, and art, as well as a visit to the planetarium.
Eclipse-themed activities, lectures, and science panels.
Buffet lunch (including vegetarian and vegan options), drinks, and other snacks.
Dedicated eclipse viewing area – bring your own picnic blankets and chairs.
7:30 am: Check-in opens at Adventure Science Center 8:00 am: Busses depart Adventure Science Center for Evansville 10:30 am: Busses arrive at Evansville Museum 12:46 pm: Partial eclipse begins 2:02 pm: Total eclipse begins 2:05 pm: Total eclipse ends 3:20 pm: Partial eclipse ends 3:30 pm: Busses depart Evansville Museum for Adventure Science Center 6:00 pm: Busses arrive at Adventure Science Center